RE: [DML] Re: lower evap casing
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RE: [DML] Re: lower evap casing

I see what you are saying Tuxr, and I guess if the car is parked in a place
where it could catch all this debris on a continual basis then I would fit
some gauze to stop debris getting in there.


I just don?t believe that you can be stuck with a problem, there is always a
way to address it?


Kind regards,





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Subject: [DML] Re: lower evap casing


The only question I would ask is how much do you drive the car. As a 
daily driver, the A/C seems to be a problem. My understanding is all 
the dirt and gunk gets in there from where the windshield meets the 
front hood. If the car is kept in the garage and used only 
occasionally, then it might not have A/C issues. But if a daily 
driver or subjected to the elements, it's a constant battle. I will 
say I could be wrong, just my experience and observations talking 
with other owners. I'm glad it's worked for you.

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